History VideoGame / ArtOfFighting

1st Jun '16 9:31:22 PM 43110
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** BiggerBad: Geese doesn't even appear in the first game, with Mr. Big being the de facto BigBad.


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* GreaterScopeVillain: Geese doesn't even appear in the first game, with Mr. Big being the [[TheHeavy de facto]] BigBad.
24th May '16 2:55:38 PM jnv11
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* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: The [[ManaMeter spirit meter]] in the arcade and NeoGeo versions is color coded to show the strength of special attacks when performed.



* ManaMeter: Each fighter has a color-coded spirit gauge. When it is green or cyan, special attacks are performed at full strength. When it is yellow, special attacks that can be performed are at reduced strength. When it is red, special attacks that can be performed are weak.

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* ManaMeter: Each fighter has a color-coded [[ColourCodedForYourConvenience color-coded]] spirit gauge.meter. When it is green or cyan, special attacks are performed at full strength. When it is yellow, special attacks that can be performed are at reduced strength. When it is red, special attacks that can be performed are weak.
24th May '16 2:52:56 PM jnv11
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* ManaMeter: Each fighter has a color-coded spirit gauge. When it is green or cyan, special attacks are performed at full strength. When it is yellow, special attacks that can be performed are at reduced strength. When it is red, special attacks that can be performed are weak.
20th Apr '16 7:58:15 PM kkhohoho
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Known in Japan as ''Ryūko no Ken'' ("Fist of the [[TigerVsDragon Dragon and Tiger]]"), ''Art of Fighting'' is a FightingGame series by {{SNK}} that was released for the UsefulNotes/NeoGeo arcade and home video game systems. While the last installment of the series appeared in late 1996, several of its characters are still widely popular today and continue to appear in a number of SpinOff series.

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Known in Japan as ''Ryūko no Ken'' ("Fist of the [[TigerVsDragon Dragon and Tiger]]"), ''Art of Fighting'' is a FightingGame series by {{SNK}} that was released for the UsefulNotes/NeoGeo arcade and home video game systems. While the last installment of the series appeared in late early 1996, several of its characters are still widely popular today and continue to appear in a number of SpinOff series.
28th Mar '16 2:56:18 PM MiinU
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* BadassBiker: Jack Turner, who has his own biker gang, the "Neo Black Cats"
* BaldOfEvil: Mr. Big.
* {{Bifauxnen}}: King.



* CanonForeigner: Poor, poor Ray.



* {{Fanservice}}: Seeing King and Yuri in their bras when their clothes tear off. Kasumi, Lenny, and Sinclair as well in the third.

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* {{Fanservice}}: Seeing The player gets rewarded with a bit of eye candy for finishing King and Yuri in their bras when their clothes tear off. Kasumi, Lenny, and Sinclair with special attacks, so long as well it's done in the third.final round. Their tops get shredded, exposing their cleavage, doubly so [[HiddenBuxom in King's case!]]
*FantasticFightingStyle: The Sakazaki Family are all practictioners of Kyokugenryuu Karate, while Robert is FamedInStory as the first foreigner to ever practice ''and master'' the style.
18th Feb '16 7:28:06 PM GrammarNavi
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* CompilationRerelease: ''Art of Fighting Anthology'' (PS2)

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* CompilationRerelease: ''Art of Fighting Anthology'' (PS2)([[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 PS2]])
23rd Dec '15 11:48:50 AM SolidSonicTH
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* KiAttacks

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* KiAttacksKiAttacks: More relevant here than in the average fighting game due to the need to charge them up.
17th Dec '15 6:52:36 PM nombretomado
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Known in Japan as ''Ryūko no Ken'' ("Fist of the [[TigerVsDragon Dragon and Tiger]]"), ''Art of Fighting'' is a FightingGame series by {{SNK}} that was released for the NeoGeo arcade and home video game systems. While the last installment of the series appeared in late 1996, several of its characters are still widely popular today and continue to appear in a number of SpinOff series.

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Known in Japan as ''Ryūko no Ken'' ("Fist of the [[TigerVsDragon Dragon and Tiger]]"), ''Art of Fighting'' is a FightingGame series by {{SNK}} that was released for the NeoGeo UsefulNotes/NeoGeo arcade and home video game systems. While the last installment of the series appeared in late 1996, several of its characters are still widely popular today and continue to appear in a number of SpinOff series.
29th Nov '15 6:04:04 PM jormis29
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* LargeAndInCharge: [[MisterBig Mr. Big]] really lives up to his name.

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* LargeAndInCharge: [[MisterBig Mr. Big]] Big really lives up to his name.
7th May '15 5:36:18 PM AndyLA
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** ''AOF 3'' seems to take place in the early [[TheEighties Eighties]], though, going by [[AllThereInTheManual supplementary material]].[[note]]In the ''AOF'' universe, Ryo was born in Aug. 2, 1957, and was 22 when ''AOF 2'' took place, setting it at least in late 1979; and the story for ''AOF 3'' states that it has been six months since the first King of Fighters tournament, around which the second game was based, took place.[[/note]]
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